This statement on the UN Political Declaration on PPPR was written by Lawrence O. Gostin, Sarah Wetter, Sam Halabi, and Alexandra Finch of the O’Neill Institute. Lawrence O. Gostin is a PGPHC Panel member.
Leaders africains demandent système plus juste pour accéder aux biens de santé publique pendant les épidémies.
COVID-19 enters fourth year with record deaths, inconsistent global response, and health system burden.
Prof. Lawrence Gostin: COVID-19 response severely restricted human rights from Wuhan to Zero-COVID strategy.
Ebola spread highlights need for global, local system to stop outbreaks amid COVID-19.
New pandemic treaty in May 2024 is beginning of global pandemic response journey.
Panellists suggest empowered WHO & stronger health systems for future pandemics at World Health Summit.
Club de Madrid is a forum of democratic former Presidents and Prime Ministers with global reach, using their leadership experience to strengthen inclusive democratic practices and improve people’s well-being.
Statement by Panel for a Global Public Health Convention From spiking COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths due to Omicron subvariants to the ongoing monkeypox outbreak now recorded in nearly 80 countries,
Global leaders unite behind make or break Pandemic Treaty talks that are key to strengthening the world’s ability to contain outbreaks and safeguard societies and economies. 12 April 2022, LONDON
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